Researchers have made novel discoveries about how the eye processes light on both cellular and molecular levels.
A new technique allows researchers to analyze the structure a protein forms as it interacts with other proteins in a cell.
Findings could help researchers develop new treatments for the most devastating forms of multiple sclerosis and other demyelinated diseases.
According to a new study, treatment with interferon-β gene therapy successfully prevents neuron death and disease effects in experimental models of neurodegenerative diseases.
Researchers have developed a technique to yield neurons which resemble those found in the brains of old people. They believe this can help with future research for age related neurological diseases, such as Alzheimer's.
A process which helps maintain calcium levels in cells may also play a role in maintaining dopamine levels, researchers report.
Researchers develop a new way to identify interacting proteins.
Researchers utilize artificial intelligence to help understand why some groups of cells deviate from normal development during embryogenesis.
A new study reveals a certain immune response, which usually helps cells recognize and kill viral infections, can sometimes cause apoptosis in neurons.
Researchers report they are developing a new computer system which uses demographic, genetic and clinical data to help predict how Alzheimer's disease will affect the patient's brain.
According to a new study, women with the APOEe4 allele, a genetic variant closely tied to Alzheimer's disease, face sharper weight loss after the age of 70 than those without the gene, whether they go on to develop dementia or not.
Findings provide new hope for treating ALS and FTD, researchers report.